Culloden Moor Visitor Centre is situated on the very site of the last battle to be fought on British soil. The Visitor Centre displays the clothing and weapons of the Highland clansmen and the Hanoverian redcoats who defeated Prince Charles Edward Stuart’s rebels here in April 1746.
For those shying away from haggis and black pudding, there are also some less Scottish places to dine in Inverness. Caribbean Bar & Kitchen, for example, serves guaranteed non-Scottish food with Coconut Curries, Calamari Rings or Passion Fruit Cheesecake. Enjoy the sunny atmosphere and let the friendly staff take care of you.
Here you can find three venues in one. The Ceilidh Bar hosts Scottish bands such as the now legendary Shooglenifty, the Sofa Bar plays up to date rock and pop and the Bothy is the venue for stand-up comedy. If you are hungry this place serves good Thai-influenced bar food and a range of local real ales.
This spacious bar holds some surprises for its visitors. Entering early afternoon you will find a classic Scottish pub with various ales and beer on draft. Drop by in the evening and you will find a dedicated party crowd dancing to a DJ set. So, whether you are looking for a good time with your pals or want to dance the night away, its always a good idea to visit Gellions.
Looking for a cozy place to have dinner and some fun with your friends? Then The Den & Johnny Foxes is your fit! Within you will find a friendly staff serving delicious pub food and real ales from the region. If you step in at a later hour, expect a dedicated party crowd and dance to some music.
Real fashionistas should not miss the Inverness Shopping Park. Located on the south-side of the city, this mall lets you experience a whole day of shopping heaven. Turn a rainy day into something more fun by getting a new outfit and relaxing at one of the nice cafes within.
Inverness Airport is located at Dalcross about 14,5 kilometres east of the city centre. Shuttle buses operate from the city centre and railway station during the day. Running times for the shuttle buses are available from the airport information desk, on the telephone or the website, where you also find information on how to get between the airport and Inverness CBD. Stagecoach operates buses between the city centre and the airport. The buses leave up to every 30 minutes. www.stagecoachbus.com